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Dr. Dirk Graves and Dr. DJ Morris and our optometry staff look forward to meeting you and helping you with your eye care needs and goals. Our team strives to provide you with the eye care and optometry services that you need. Browse our website to learn about our practice and how it can help you meet your eye health goals. Schedule a visit at our Clemson office in South Carolina for an eye exam.
We at Family Vision - Clemson in Clemson, SC, are your eye care provider. From an eye exam to contact lens fitting and eyeglasses appointments as well as routine vision wellness visits, our family of Family Vision - Clemson patients and clients come to us because we have the tools and technology to help them see their best. Dr. Dirk Graves and Dr. DJ Morris are dedicated to the health of their patients and can explain every procedure and exam to every patient so they can better understand their eye health. Additionally, we offer vision financing plans and take insurance to ensure that good eye health is within reach for all of our patients.
Your eyes can be affected by so much. Making sure that they have the best health care they can get has a direct effect on your happiness and well-being in so many other things. If you can’t see, or can’t see well, it’s going to change the entire quality of your life, so Dr. Dirk Graves and Dr. DJ Morris and our entire vision care support staff are here to make sure that you’re seeing the best that you possibly can. Our vision services include exams, a range of eye glasses, contact lenses, and consultations for vision corrective services including lasik eye surgery and glaucoma surgery.
If you’re having vision problems after a concussion, we can work with you to develop a treatment plan. Concussion can change or injure the part of the brain that processes sight, making problems show that you never had before, and you may need help to get your vision back to normal after a sports injury or other injury causing a concussion. A skilled eye doctor can get you back to where you were before.
We have moved our patient forms online. After the explosion of digital records, especially in the new era of online connectivity, we now have online forms for you, so that you can fill them out before you arrive, saving you time and energy once you’re visiting an eye doctor at our office.
We’re here for you. Give Family Vision - Clemson a call at (864) 722-9205 for an appointment. An optometrist on our team is here to help you corrective your vision with contacts or eye glasses.
Dr. DJ Morris was born and raised in Seneca, South Carolina. He attended the University of South Carolina before receiving his Doctorate of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Optometry in 2016. While attending Optometry school, he served as President of the Sports Vision Club, as well as a University Ambassador. Upon graduating from UABSO, he was awarded both the Goodlite Pediatric Excellence Award and the 2016 Alabama Optometric Association Leadership Award. He joined the Family Vision team in 2016.
Dr. Morris is the praise and worship leader at O’Zion Baptist Church. He is also a member of the Tri-County Technical College Board of Visitors. He spends the majority of his free time working out or tutoring students. Dr. Morris enjoys traveling and has recently fallen in love with cruising around the world. He has one child, his black lab pup named Gary.
Dr. Dirk Graves was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He attended the University of South Dakota, and graduated in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry. He received his master’s degree in 1994. In 1999, he graduated with his doctorate degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. He joined the Family Vision team in early 2002, coming along side Dr. Randall Baughman.
Dr. Graves enjoys helping patients and has a strong interest in glaucoma, dry eye disease, pediatric vision care and sports vision performance. Outside of the office, he has served in the the Williamston Lion’s Club, Piedmont Optometric Society, and is a member of the American Optometric Association.
He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children. When he isn’t working he sometimes wishes he was playing golf, but when he does play golf, he wishes he was at work helping patients!
New therapy for dry eye and bumps in the eyelids:
LLLT LIGHT MODULATION® is a unique technology of photobiomodulation (PBM) used for many years in various fields of medicine (dermatology, dentistry, etc.). PBM therapy involves the use of red or near-infrared light at low power densities to produce a beneficial effect on cells or tissues. PBM therapy reduces tissue inflammation. The emission of LED light at a particular wavelength triggers an endogenous heating of the eyelids. This treatment facilitates production and stimulation of the oil component released from Meibomian glands into the tear film, thus stabilizing the lipid layer of the tears, reducing the signs and symptoms of Dry Eye.
Marco Equinox Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT):
Developed by NASA, Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) has proven effective at treating chalazion (a bump inside the eyelids). Through the LIGHT
MODULATION® technology, the red light is absorbed by mitochondria and stimulates ATP, increasing cellular action, enhancing the cell’s activity and reducing tissue inflammation. LLLT uses specially designed LED lights to gently warm up the eyelids, causing the meibomian glands to unclog and release oils. For diseases like meibomian gland dysfunction, chalazion and hordeola, the treatment consists of four consecutive light therapy sessions. Therapy sessions are separated by 48-hour to 72-hour intervals over approximately two weeks. It’s quick and painless! Simply lay back with the Equinox mask on and relax as the warm light clears your glands.
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